Saturday, July 28, 2007

Mahoosuc Report Available for Reading

Jeb Bradley has an article in the 27 July 2007 issue of the Concord (NH) Monitor titled "Preserving a New Hampshire gem; Now is the time for talk on Mahoosuc range." It recounts his recent hike for
"several days in the Mahoosucs with J.T. Horn of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and Bryan Wentzell of the Appalachian Mountain Club, two contributors to the Mahoosuc Report. Joining us were Julie Wormser of the AMC and Larry Ely of Shelburne who contributed to the report and maintains Mahoosuc trails."
The "Mahoosuc Report" that he mentions is available on the web as the "Mahoosuc Region Resource Report." As Bradley puts it,
"This 250-page report details the vital importance of forestry, the increasing role of varied recreational opportunities, wildlife and natural resource management and conservation possibilities."
This would be the time to speak your mind -- after reading the report -- about possible future uses to which parts of the Mahoosuc Region could be put.

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